Tuck Everlasting: Bio-Poem

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Learn about the characters of Natalie Babbitt's Tuck Everlasting with a character biopoem. Readers fill in a poem format to detail the character traits of Winnie, Jesse, Miles, and Mae, and share their finished poems with their peers.

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CCSS: Adaptable
Instructional Ideas

  • Use before or after your novel unit
  • Have readers fill out multiple biopoems for different characters, not including names or titles, and encourage their peers to guess the characters based on the listed traits
  • Use the biopoem during a Back to School unit to help class members introduce themselves and get to know each other
Classroom Considerations

  • Consider augmenting your assessment and rubric process beyond what is listed in the resource
Pros

  • Comes with a formatted worksheet 
  • Versatile assignment would work for any novel unit, character study, lesson about a historical figure, or even a math or science concept
Cons

  • None
Common Core